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Storytelling

Storytelling

Storytelling COM597 – 13 Apr 2004 Kathy E. Gill Structure, process, readers Small group work Discuss selected articles Develop five tips for the budding digital media writer Some types of writing Creative writing – designed to evoke emotion Nonfiction – discusses real world events

By MikeCarlo
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Mood and Visualization Examples

Mood and Visualization Examples

Mood and Visualization Examples. Why and How?. Mood and Visualization . What is mood and visualization?

By johana
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What is Literary Analysis?

What is Literary Analysis?

What is Literary Analysis?. What is Literary Analysis?. It is analysis. It is about literature. It is an exploration of a piece of literature for a specific purpose. Sometimes it involves REASERCH of secondary sources. What do I do?.

By Jimmy
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Literary Elements

Literary Elements

Short Stories. Literary Elements. Literary Elements. Parts of a Story. Literary Elements. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 20 Points. 20 Points. 20 Points. 20 Points. 20 Points. 30 Points. 30 Points. 30 Points. 30 Points. 30 Points. 40 Points. 40 Points.

By paul
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Literary Analysis Writing Today Johnson-Sheehan, Paine Chapter 8

Literary Analysis Writing Today Johnson-Sheehan, Paine Chapter 8

Literary Analysis Writing Today Johnson-Sheehan, Paine Chapter 8. English 1301 G. Zermeño. What is a Literary Analysis?. Usually examines fictional or poetic texts, often using them as ways to understand humanity and culture (131).

By johana
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Short Story Unit Literary Terms

Short Story Unit Literary Terms

Short Story Unit Literary Terms. Plot. The sequence of events that make up a story, usually centering around a main conflict. The Five Stages of Plot. Exposition. The first stage of plot! In the Exposition, the scene is set:

By sandra_john
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Unit 5 Defoe and Swift

Unit 5 Defoe and Swift

Unit 5 Defoe and Swift. Aims of Teachings : 1.The novel as a genre in English literature 2. Robinson Crusoe 3. Gulliver ’ s Travels 4. A Modest Proposal. Major Teaching Points:. 1. Sentimental novel 2. Realistic novel 3. Authenticity of Robinson Crusoe

By thimba
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allusion

allusion

allusion. Et tu Brut é ?. Allusion is. a figure of speech that makes a reference or representation of or to a well-known person, place, event, literary work, or work of art. An allusion. allusion allows an author to make a powerful point without having to actually explain it.

By waseem
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Pre-AP English II

Pre-AP English II

Pre-AP English II. September 6 , 2017 Bellringer – In your journal, briefly summarize your reading from last night. Be sure to include each of the various levels of thinking. You may use your notes and/or reading from the book. Announcements.

By lonato
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Satire

Satire

NO NOTES. Satire. Satire. TAKE NOTES. A literary work that ridicules its subject through the use of techniques such as exaggeration, reversal, incongruity, and/or parody in order to make a comment or criticism about it. . A piece of satire will have an underlying lesson or unwritten moral.

By branxton
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Langston Hughes

Langston Hughes

Langston Hughes. Recurring Themes. Prior Knowledge. What do you remember about topics and themes?. What is the relationship between topics and themes?. Identifying Topics p.22. Next to each topic, list several synonyms. On the line below each topic, list texts that explore that topic.

By jane
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Formal Features of Literature

Formal Features of Literature

Formal Features of Literature. GMC College. Introduction. An Introduction to the formal Features of Literature Dr. Joel Peckham, Assistant Professor, Georgia Military College. Topics of Discussion.

By guinivere
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Gothic Literature

Gothic Literature

Gothic Literature. Unit Notes. Gothic style is characterized by the following elements:. The story is set in bleak or remote places. In classic gothic stories, this is often a ruined castle or mansion. Characters are in a state of psychological or physical torment.

By morna
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The Metamorphosis

The Metamorphosis

The Metamorphosis. ¤. ¤. ¤. ¤. ¤. ¤. ¤. ¤. ¤. ¤. Close Reading. What is close reading?. A type of note-taking skill used in high school, college, and beyond that you will be working on to increase your engagement and understanding of what you are reading

By ambrose
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Today’s Discussion: “The Yellow Wallpaper” Feminism in Literature HW: “The Story of

Today’s Discussion: “The Yellow Wallpaper” Feminism in Literature HW: “The Story of

Today’s Discussion: “The Yellow Wallpaper” Feminism in Literature HW: “The Story of an Hour”. Women’s Rights. Women’s Rights.

By cameo
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Introductory Paragraph: How Do I Begin?

Introductory Paragraph: How Do I Begin?

Introductory Paragraph: How Do I Begin?. Introductory Paragraph should have the following:. Title of the poem, short story, or novel (text, p. 36) Full name of the author in the first sentence; after that, just his or her last name, no matter what gender (text, p. 36)

By bayle
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P. 1/2 A/B - Agenda: 10/21/10

P. 1/2 A/B - Agenda: 10/21/10

P. 1/2 A/B - Agenda: 10/21/10. SSR : 20 minutes Class Business: Agenda, Homework Calendars Reading Log Entry Entrance Assessment The Lottery by Shirley Jackson Homework : - This weekend read: Two Kinds by Amy Tan, pg. 95-103. Respond to #8 on pg. 107 (write a 2-paragraph response).

By calliope
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Postmodernism

Postmodernism

Postmodernism. Authors and Literature. What is Postmodernism?. Originally a reaction to modernism, referring to the lack of artistic, intellectual, or cultural thought or organized principle. Started around 1940s, exact date is unknown.

By toby
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Literary Term: Allusion

Literary Term: Allusion

Literary Term: Allusion. By Sarah Jeffery. Definition. Allusion: an indirect and usually brief reference to a person, place, or event. This reference is probably explicit, but its meaning can be understood only if the person, place, or event is well known by all or known by the reader.

By chinue
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“By the Waters of Babylon”

“By the Waters of Babylon”

“By the Waters of Babylon”. Stephen Vincent Benet. What lessons have you learned from a journey you have taken?. Literary Elements. Genre – type of literature Allusion – reference to another literary work Simile – a comparison using like or as Metaphor – a comparison not using like or as

By melvyn
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